Shopping Brisbane City provides a comprehensive QLD Tourism profile for you to find your business in your local Brisbane City 4000 area. The information presented is the most recent available and updated regularly.
Brisbane\'s Queen Street Mall has long been considered the centre of fashion and retail in Queensland. This vibrant shopping and lifestyle precinct lies at the heart of Brisbane City and is arguably Australia\'s most successful pedestrian mall, playing host to over 26 million visitors a year.
The Queen Street Mall offers an unrivalled mix of local, national and international labels and flagship stores. Some 700 plus retailers have made their homes there - many enjoy mall and street frontage, others are tucked away inside world-class centres and heritage-listed arcades.
Built in 1923, the heritage Brisbane Arcade is one of the city\\\\'s oldest shopping arcades. From Terazzo floors, and balustrades to dado pannelling, it reflects the elegance of its award-winning fashion designers, manufacturer jewellers, antiques, arts and gift stores you won't find anywhere else. So come along and enjoy your shopping experience at the Brisbane Arcade.
The Myer Centre boasts an incredible array of shopping and entertainment options all under one roof in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD.
Featuring the largest Myer department store in Queensland and over 180 specialty stores, The Myer Centre offers everything you’ll need in fashion, accessories, beauty, homewares, gifts, electrical and more.
The Centre includes an 8-screen Birch Carroll & Coyle Cinema complex, a 2 level Target store, Coles Express supermarket and an extensive fast food eatery.
The Barracks site has an interesting and rich history.
Developers, Property Solutions and QM Properties, have transformed a site that had laid derelict for nearly 20 years into a landmark retail and commercial precinct, successfully integrating three of Brisbane’s key heritage listed buildings with contemporary architecture.
The three heritage listed buildings from the Police era remaining on the site are the stables (1912), the three storey brick barracks (1939) and the radio communications centre (1941).
In 2009 the developers efforts were rewarded when The Barracks won two prestigious UDIA Awards for Urban Renewal and best large Retail/Commercial development.
Home to 90 specialty stores, essential services, cafes, restaurants and pubs. List of stores, special offers, news and events.